After the release of Young Thug’s album Slime Language 2, he and Jonah spent time with their family and friends in their hometown Atlanta and decided to give back to the community!
Thugger and Gunna took their coins to Fulton County Jail, along with attorneys and the master, and marked pledges to 30 inmates, according to WSBTV reports. Young Thog said that most of the men and women are being held for low-level crimes but cannot afford to secure their release.
“You never know what someone went through,” said Gunna. “There were people who were sitting for three or four years and were not able to break out of the bond.”
“If they commit the crime, then they can do that time,” said Young Thog. “It’s okay.” “But it’s as if you were giving them a higher bond than they stole.”
While Thugger and Gunna did not disclose how much money were spent on the bonds, they told WSBTV that this wouldn’t be the last time they’d performed this kind of act. “They plan to do it again in the future and hope other artists will follow suit,” said Michael Siden of WSB-TV.
“This is where we came from,” said Young Thog. “We just woke up and went to the cold with the attorney and you know the DA and the prosecutors, you know, the bonding companies are attracting as many people as possible.”
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